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PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY

PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY

PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY
PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY
PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY
PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY
PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY
FLUIDIZED BED COMBUSTION IS OUR SPECIALTY - ONE THAT WE HAVE PIONEERED FROM THE VERY

FLUIDIZED BED COMBUSTION IS OUR SPECIALTY - ONE THAT WE HAVE PIONEERED FROM THE VERY START.

PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY

CIRCULATING FLUIDIZED BED (CFB) PIONEERS

We have steadily increased unit size and integrated advanced field-proven design features into our CFB technology. Our CFBs first reached small-scale utility application in 1987 on the 110 MWe Tri-State Nucla power project in the U.S., then went on to the medium utility scale in 2001 with the 2 x 300 MWe units for the Jacksonville Energy Authority. Over the 1998-2004 period we delivered six CFB units totaling nearly 1500 MWe for the largest CFB repowering project ever in history - the Turów project in Poland.

Our success has come from a track record of satisfying clients’ reliability, environmental, and efficiency goals with innovative technology for converting economical solid fuels into valuable steam and power. Through our experience of supplying over 400 fluidized bed units to industrial and utility customers worldwide, we have steadily scaled-up and improved our technology. Over 300 of these fluidized bed steam generators have been CFB designs.

Our latest pioneering can be seen in our award for the Lagisza project in Poland, which brings a double first to the utility power industry - the world’s first supercritical CFB boiler and the world’s largest single CFB unit, rated at 460 MWe.

Looking into the future, our CFB technology can be adapted to capture carbon dioxide to help reduce the threat of global warming. We are currently developing Oxy-Fuel technology to be applied to CFB units operating today as well as, to new more advanced units. Oxy-Fuel technology looks very promising allowing 100% capture of carbon dioxide in a cost-effective and reliable way. We expect Oxy-Fuel CFB technology to be a fuel-flexible, zero-air-emission technology bringing high value to our utility and industrial clients.

to be a fuel-flexible, zero-air-emission technology bringing high value to our utility and industrial clients. 2
to be a fuel-flexible, zero-air-emission technology bringing high value to our utility and industrial clients. 2
to be a fuel-flexible, zero-air-emission technology bringing high value to our utility and industrial clients. 2
to be a fuel-flexible, zero-air-emission technology bringing high value to our utility and industrial clients. 2

PIONEERING CFB TECHNOLOGY

INNOVATIVE

TECHNOLOGY

SOLUTIONS

THINK GREEN

Low emissions are a key benefit of our CFB technology, allowing them to meet the strictest environmental standards. Our CFBs stage the combustion process and operate at low combustion temperatures while giving the fuel long burning times, resulting in naturally low nitrogen oxide (NOx) formation and high combustion efficiency. They can also capture the fuel’s sulfur as the fuel burns by using low-cost limestone and employing selective-non-catalytic- reduction (SNCR) to achieve very low NOx and sulfur oxide (SOx) emissions in the most economical way, and in most cases, avoiding add-on pollution control equipment.

The CFB advantage is particularly highlighted in repowering projects. SOx and particulate emissions can often be cut by over 90% and NOx emissions by over 50%. Carbon dioxide emissions are often cut by 25% or more due to the dramatic improvements in boiler and plant efficiency when older equipment is replaced. For the lowest emissions, our supercritical, once- through-unit (OTU) CFB technology can reduce all these emissions another 5-10%, due to its ability to further increase overall plant efficiency.

can reduce all these emissions another 5-10%, due to its ability to further increase overall plant

FUEL FLEXIBILITY

Our CFB units are capable of firing nearly all solid fuels - including waste products that otherwise would have been land-filled - while maintaining the lowest levels of emissions, and the highest equipment reliability and efficiency. Our fuel experience is unmatched as proven by our capability to design units for even the lowest- quality fuels. Our CFBs give plant owners the flexibility to source fuel from a number of suppliers and industries, improving their fuel supply security while taking advantage of fuel prices and market conditions.

Our CFB Fuel Experience

(% of operating FW CFB capacity utilizing these fuels as primary fuel) Coals 66% Others
(% of operating FW CFB capacity utilizing
these fuels as primary fuel)
Coals 66%
Others 3%
Lignite 4%
Biomass 9%
Petcoke 18%

RELIABLITY

Our simple yet advanced CFB designs can achieve the highest plant availability, proven by over twenty million hours of operational experience, even after years of operation. Preventative condition monitoring, expert maintenance, and rapid-response repair work - all supplied by our service teams - help ensure maximum reliability - year after year.

Our long-term operations and maintenance support (O&MS) agreements and our innovative SmartBoiler™ system (an expanding set of intelligent analysis and optimization tools for enhancing plant operation and maintenance) are available to increase your plant’s availability even further.

tools for enhancing plant operation and maintenance) are available to increase your plant’s availability even further.
OUR LARGE-SCALE SUPERCRITICAL ONCE-THROUGH CFB DESIGN OFFERED UP TO 800 MWe UNIT SIZES UTILITY CFBs

OUR LARGE-SCALE SUPERCRITICAL ONCE-THROUGH CFB DESIGN OFFERED UP TO 800 MWe UNIT SIZES

UTILITY CFBs

WHAT STARTED OFF AS A SOLUTION FOR HARD-TO-BURN FUELS HAS BECOME A MAINSTREAM COMBUSTION TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE IN EVER-LARGER UNIT SIZES. TODAY, WE OFFER TWO STATE-OF-THE-ART UTILITY CFB DESIGNS, EACH OFFERING HIGH VALUE TO UTILITY CLIENTS.

UTILITY CFBs

GOING SUPERCRITICAL

We have taken the next major step forward in advancing our CFB technology by offering our latest generation of supercritical once- through steam generation technology, which incorporates Siemens’ BENSON vertical-tube evaporator technology for units above 300 MWe. This allows us to offer our utility clients all of the benefits of CFB combustion technology, together with the high efficiency of supercritical steam technology. This technology can improve overall plant efficiency by 5-10% compared to conventional natural circulation steam technology, which translates directly into a 5-10% reduction in the plant’s air and ash emissions as well as its fuel and water needs. When we say a reduction in air emissions, we mean all air emissions like SOx, NOx, mercury and particulates as well as greenhouse gases, like carbon dioxide.

As with our conventional natural circulation CFBs, these highly

efficient supercritical units will be equally at home with hard-to-burn fuels, as well as common utility coals. We have developed

a modular design approach allowing us to offer units up to 800 MWe in steam capacity.

CFB VALUE FOR UTILITIES

Our utility customers have turned to CFBs due to the value they see

in our technology: fuel flexibility, low emissions, and reliability. Many

are seeing value in petroleum coke, lignite, waste coal, and biomass from both an economic and environmental aspect. Our technology can reliably and cleanly burn these fuels as primary fuels or in combination with other fuels over the life of the plant, giving power generators the flexibility to alter their fuel strategies and to take advantage of fuel market opportunities and changes in environmental regulation.

Our Utility Fuel Experience

(% of operating FW utility capacity utilizing these fuels as primary fuel)

FW utility capacity utilizing these fuels as primary fuel) Coals 67% Oil Shale 3% Lignite 6%

Coals 67% Oil Shale 3% Lignite 6% Biomass 6% Pet Coke 18%

PKE: LAGISZA, POLAND Location: Bedzin, Poland Customer: Poludniowy Koncern Energetyczny (PKE), Elektrownia Lagisza

PKE: LAGISZA, POLAND

Location: Bedzin, Poland Customer: Poludniowy Koncern Energetyczny (PKE), Elektrownia Lagisza Start-Up Year: 2009 Capacity: 460 MWe Fuel: Bituminous Coal

Year: 2009 Capacity: 460 MWe Fuel: Bituminous Coal JEA NORTHSIDE REPOWERING PROJECT Location: Jacksonville,

JEA NORTHSIDE REPOWERING PROJECT

Location: Jacksonville, Florida Customer: Jacksonville Electric Authority Start-Up Year: 2001 Capacity: 2 x 300 MWe Fuel: Bituminous coal and petroleum coke

2 x 300 MWe Fuel: Bituminous coal and petroleum coke NARVA ELEKTRIJAAMAD Location: Narva, Estonia Customer:

NARVA ELEKTRIJAAMAD

Location: Narva, Estonia Customer: AS Narva Elektrijaamad Start-Up Year: 2004, 2005 Capacity: Eesti Block 2 x 100 MWe, Balti Block 2 x 100 MWe Fuel: Oil Shale

Low maintenance, highly effective wing-wall surface for superheat or evaporative duty Integrated steam- or
Low maintenance, highly
effective wing-wall
surface for superheat
or evaporative duty
Integrated steam- or
water-cooled solid
separators for compact
unit design and reduced
thermal stress
Long-life, thin-walled cooled
refractory used in lower
furnace and solid separator
system for low maintenance
and rapid starts
Integrated water-cooled
solids return leg for
compact design and
low maintenance
Multi-staged combustion
air for reduced furnace
NOx formation
Reliable front and rear
wall low maintenance
gravity fuel feed system
In-furnace start-up burners
for reliable, rapid start-ups
Superheat and reheat
surface located in INTREX TM
fluidized bed heat exchanger
for efficient heat transfer
and maximum coil life
Proven arrow-head nozzles
for reliable operation, low
maintenance and excellent
solids mixing
Robust ash removal and
cooling system

OUR LARGE-SCALE COMPACT SEPARATOR CFB DESIGN OFFERED UP TO 800 MWe UNIT SIZES

SEPARATOR CFB DESIGN OFFERED UP TO 800 MWe UNIT SIZES ELEKTROWNIA TURÓW Location: Bogatynia, Poland Customer:

ELEKTROWNIA TURÓW

Location: Bogatynia, Poland Customer: BOT Elktrownia Turow S.A. Start-up Year: 1998, 2000, 2003, 2004 Capacity: 3 x 235 MWe, 3 x 262 MWe Fuel: Polish Brown Coal

3 x 235 MWe, 3 x 262 MWe Fuel: Polish Brown Coal NPS Location: Tha Toom,

NPS

Location: Tha Toom, Thailand

Customer: National Power Supply Co., Ltd. Start-Up Year: 1998 Capacity: 2 X 150 MWe

Fuel:

Anthracite, Bituminous Coal, Rice Husk, Bark

X 150 MWe Fuel: Anthracite, Bituminous Coal, Rice Husk, Bark ELCHO Location: Chorzów, Poland Customer: EC

ELCHO

Location: Chorzów, Poland Customer: EC Chorzów Elcho Sp. z.o.o. Start-Up Year: 2003 Capacity: 2 X 113 MWe Fuel: Bituminous Coal

bypass reheat air heater Reliable high-capacity fluidized bed ash cooler Proven arrow head nozzles for
bypass reheat
air heater
Reliable high-capacity
fluidized bed ash cooler
Proven arrow head nozzles
for reliable operation, low
maintenance and excellent
solids mixing

Steam- or water-cooled cyclone solid separators and cross-over ducts for low maintenance and reduced thermal stress

Low maintenance highly effective wing- wall surface for superheat or evaporative duty

Efficient steam-side

temperature control

Modular series back-pass for reduced field erection

Multi-staged combustion air for reduced furnace NOx formation

Long-life thin-walled cooled refractory used in lower furnace, cyclones and cross-over ducts for low maintenance and rapid starts

Reliable front and rear wall low maintenance gravity fuel feed system

Proven reliable solids return loop seal

In-furnace start-up burners for reliable, rapid start-ups

Compact regenerative

Economical on-

demand limestone

prep system

OUR MEDIUM-SCALE CYCLONE CFB DESIGN OFFERED AT A NOMINAL 300 MWe UNIT SIZE

CYCLONE CFB DESIGN OFFERED AT A NOMINAL 300 MWe UNIT SIZE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS POWER COOPERATIVE Location:

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS POWER COOPERATIVE

Location: Marion, Illinois Customer: Southern Illinois Power Cooperative Start-Up Year: 2003 Capacity: 120 MWe Fuel: Bituminous Coal Fines

2003 Capacity: 120 MWe Fuel: Bituminous Coal Fines CLECO Location: Boyce, Louisiana Customer: Shaw

CLECO

Location: Boyce, Louisiana Customer: Shaw Group/Cleco Power LLC Start-Up Year: 2009 Capacity: 2 x 330 MWe Fuel: Petroleum Coke, PRB, Lignite

Capacity: 2 x 330 MWe Fuel: Petroleum Coke, PRB, Lignite SANDOW Location: Rockdale, Texas Customer: Bechtel/TXU

SANDOW

Location: Rockdale, Texas Customer: Bechtel/TXU Start-Up Year: 2009 Capacity: 2 x 315 MWe Fuel: Texas Lignite

A LEADER IN INDUSTRIAL CFBS

OUR INDUSTRIAL CIRCULATING FLUIDIZED BED (CFB) STEAM GENERATORS ARE WELL KNOWN IN THE INDUSTRY FOR THEIR LOW EMISSIONS, RELIABILITY AND LONG LIFE.

Our history of developing innovative combustion technologies for industry began with our bubbling fluidized bed (BFB) steam generators, from which we have developed our advanced robust CFB technology for a diverse range of industrial fuels and energy needs. We are now a leading supplier of industrial CFB technology, supplying over 210 units, with unit sizes up to 150 MWe, for industrial applications.

PROVEN EXPERIENCE

The solutions we have provided have been as diverse as our clients’ needs. The CFB we supplied to a Swedish paper mill to convert their waste bark and sludge into useful steam needed by the mill, as well as the 20 petcoke-fired steam generators we delivered to Sinopec in China, demonstrate our ability to customize units to meet clients’ needs. Our industrial boiler designs have been proven and advanced based on 30 years of operating experience.

WIDEST FUEL EXPERIENCE

Multi-fuel firing is particularly important in industrial applications, where utilizing on-site waste has a high value. Fuel flexibility is a key factor in unlocking the value of these waste streams since both their quality and volumes can vary on a daily basis. Our CFB technology has proven itself over the widest range of industrial fuels.

Our Industrial Fuel Experience

(% of operating industrial FW CFB capacity utilizing these fuels as primary fuel)

industrial FW CFB capacity utilizing these fuels as primary fuel) Coals 63% Peat 3% Biomass 13%

Coals 63% Peat 3% Biomass 13% Pet Coke 21%

Integrated water-cooled solid separator and return leg for compact design and elimination of furnace-to-separator expansion joints

Sloped superheat and reheat section for reduced ash build-up Split economizer for optimum SCR performance
Sloped superheat and
reheat section for
reduced ash build-up
Split economizer for
optimum SCR
performance
Passive ash collection
design for reduced catalyst
and back-pass fouling
SCR catalyst can be
used for low ash,
low sulfur fuels like
clean biomass
Robust step-grid to
handle the most
difficult fuels
Reliable low-
maintenance
gravity fuel
Tubular air heater
for compact design
and no air leakage
feed system

Long-life thin-walled cooled refractory used in lower furnace and solid separator system for low maintenance and rapid starts

Superheat and reheat surface can be located in INTREX TM fluidized bed heat exchanger for efficient heat transfer and maximum coil life

WE OFFER INNOVATIVE AND PROVEN DESIGN FEATURES IN OUR INDUSTRIAL CFB UNITS

APEC Location: Pampanga Site, Philippines Customer: Formosa Heavy Industries, Asian Pacific Energy Company Start-Up

APEC

Location: Pampanga Site, Philippines Customer: Formosa Heavy Industries, Asian Pacific Energy Company Start-Up Year: 2006 Capacity: 50 MWe Fuel: Coal, Mill Sludge

Year: 2006 Capacity: 50 MWe Fuel: Coal, Mill Sludge UPPC Location: Calumpit, Bulacan, Philippines Customer:

UPPC

Location: Calumpit, Bulacan, Philippines Customer: United Pulp and Paper Co., Ltd (UPPC) Start-Up Year: 2006 Capacity: 35 MWe Fuel: Coal, Mill Sludge, Paper Reject

Capacity: 35 MWe Fuel: Coal, Mill Sludge, Paper Reject PETROPOWER Location: Talcahuano, Chile Customer:

PETROPOWER

Location: Talcahuano, Chile Customer: Petropower Talcahuano Start-Up Year: 1998 Capacity: 67 MWe Fuel: Petroleum Coke

INDUSTRIAL CFBs

Chile Customer: Petropower Talcahuano Start-Up Year: 1998 Capacity: 67 MWe Fuel: Petroleum Coke INDUSTRIAL CFBs 11

OUR ROBUST STEPPED FLUIDIZING GRID FOR THE MOST CHALLENGING FUELS

Peak and valley grid contour allows debris to flow unobstructed toward drain chutes

Nozzles made from super tough nickel alloy and can be easily replaced

Nozzles direct air at lateral angle resulting in excellent bed mixing while moving debris toward drain chutes

excellent bed mixing while moving debris toward drain chutes Water-cooled floor structure and drain chutes for

Water-cooled floor structure and drain chutes for long life

HIGHLY RELIABLE

Industry relies on high availability: day in, day out, year round. Our CFBs have a proven track record of being highly reliable.

Our CFBs have excellent load-following capabilities, enabling them to accommodate rapid swings in process steam requirements. Their wide turn-down range means that our units can adapt to temporary or seasonal changes in steam or district heat needs, operating at very low loads of nameplate capacity.

To achieve the highest reliability, we offer SmartBoiler™ to all CFB plant owners and operators. SmartBoiler™is an intelligent operation and service support tool for monitoring, diagnosing, analyzing and optimizing steam generation and power plant operation. SmartBoiler™ combines our experience and expertise in fluidized bed combustion with advanced information technology.

CORN PRODUCTS Location: Bedford, Illinois Customer: Corn Products International Start-Up Year: 2006 Capacity: 100

CORN PRODUCTS

Location: Bedford, Illinois Customer: Corn Products International Start-Up Year: 2006 Capacity: 100 MWe Fuel: Bituminous coal and petroleum coke

100 MWe Fuel: Bituminous coal and petroleum coke STORA ENSO KVARNSVEDEN Location: Borlänge, Sweden

STORA ENSO KVARNSVEDEN

Location: Borlänge, Sweden Customer: Stora Enso Kvarnsveden AB Start-Up Year: 2005 Capacity: 36 MWe Fuel: Bark, Sludge, Coal

Year: 2005 Capacity: 36 MWe Fuel: Bark, Sludge, Coal VATTENFALL SCA Location: Munksund, Sweden Customer:

VATTENFALL SCA

Location: Munksund, Sweden Customer: Vattenfall SCA Start-Up Year: 2002 Capacity: 25 MWe Fuel: Bark, Wood Residue, Paper Rejects

RENEWABLE ENERGY CFBS

BIOFUELS AND WASTE ARE TWO OF THE FUEL GROUPS IDEALLY SUITED FOR OUR CFB TECHNOLOGY. OUR UNITS CAN BE DESIGNED TO FIRE 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY FUELS.

A GREEN TECHNOLOGY

Concern about global warming is a key factor for developing and implementing energy solutions today.

Use of biomass in power generation can contribute significantly to reducing emissions of carbon dioxide - a greenhouse gas. The fuel flexibility of our CFB techology allows them to utilize a wide range of renewable and waste fuels and fuel mixes, helping our world reach a goal of reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

Our CFBs can also divert waste headed for land-fills and instead convert this waste into valuable steam and electricity to support our growing energy needs.

GREEN FUELS

Biofuels include natural materials and waste produced by various industrial or other processes, and include:

• Material from forestry operations

- thinnings

- harvesting waste

- bark

- stumps

• Pulp and papermaking waste

• Fast-growing energy crops

• Agricultural waste

• Industrial waste and municipal

refuse-derived fuel (RDF)

• Wood processing waste

960 - offcuts - sawdust - demolition wood 240 96 10% 25% 100% Avoided CO2
960
- offcuts
- sawdust
- demolition wood
240
96
10%
25%
100%
Avoided CO2 Emissions*
(Ktons/yr)

*Based on a 150 MWe coal plant with balance fuel being biomass

% Biomass

Fired

Entire hot loop is refractory-lined to handle the most corrosive fuels while maintaining long unit
Entire hot loop is refractory-lined
to handle the most corrosive fuels
while maintaining long unit life
Long-life, thin-walled cooled
refractory for low maintenance
and rapid starts
Integrated water-cooled solids separator and
return leg for compact design and elimination
of furnace-to-separator expansion joints
Coil-less back-pass in weld
overlay enclosure to cool gas
through most corrosive phase
Vertical economizer
section for compact
unit design
Easily replaceable pendant
superheaters with spring
hammer cleaning system
Bottom ash screening
and recycling system to
minimize bed make-up
need
Robust step-grid to
handle the most
difficult fuels
Superheat surface located in
INTREX TM fluid bed heat
exchanger for efficient heat
transfer and maximum coil life
Hot cyclones capture ash
for reduced economizer
fouling
Reliable stoker-fuel
feed system

OUR WASTE-TO-ENERGY CFB UNIT DESIGNED TO FIRE REFUSE-DERIVED FUEL (RDF)

LOMELLINA II Location: Parona, Italy Customer: Lomellina Energia S.r.I. Start-Up Year: 2007 Capacity: 17 MWe

LOMELLINA II

Location: Parona, Italy Customer: Lomellina Energia S.r.I. Start-Up Year: 2007 Capacity: 17 MWe Fuel: RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel)

Italy Customer: Lomellina Energia S.r.I. Start-Up Year: 2007 Capacity: 17 MWe Fuel: RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel)
LOMELLINA ENERGIA Location: Parona, Italy Customer: Lomellina Energia S.r.l. Start-Up Year: 2000 Capacity: 15 MWe
LOMELLINA ENERGIA
Location: Parona, Italy
Customer: Lomellina Energia S.r.l.
Start-Up Year: 2000
Capacity: 15 MWe
Fuel: RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel)
Italy Customer: Lomellina Energia S.r.l. Start-Up Year: 2000 Capacity: 15 MWe Fuel: RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel)
Italy Customer: Lomellina Energia S.r.l. Start-Up Year: 2000 Capacity: 15 MWe Fuel: RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel)

Our Renewable CFB Fuel Experience

(% of operating FW renewable capacity firing these fuels as primary fuel)

FW renewable capacity firing these fuels as primary fuel) Material from forestry operations and pulp and

Material from forestry operations and pulp and papermaking 55%

Industrial waste and municipal refuse-derived fuel 14%

Agricultural waste 10%

municipal refuse-derived fuel 14% Agricultural waste 10% Pulp & papermaking waste 14% Wood processing waste 7%

Pulp & papermaking waste 14%

Wood processing waste 7%

RENEWABLE ENERGY CFBs

OPTIMIZED FOR RDF

Efficient waste recycling and handling, designed to remove reusable fractions and inert materials, is key to producing a refuse- derived fuel (RDF) stream that can be burned efficiently and safely to generate electricity, steam or heat. A waste-to-energy (WTE) power plant based on this concept can achieve a net cycle efficiency of above 28%, substantially higher than conventional incineration plants, resulting in lower emissions and higher energy output per ton of waste destroyed.

BECOMING MORE GREEN

Co-firing renewable fuels in a CFB plant originally designed for coal is an excellent, cost-effective option for helping our environment. In most cases, our operating coal-fired CFBs can co-fire biomass or waste fuels by simply adding a biomass fuel handling and feeding system, and modifying boiler operating procedures.

PROKON NORD Location: Emlichheim, Germany Customer: Prokon Nord Energiesysteme Start-Up Year: 2006 Capacity: 20 MWe

PROKON NORD

Location: Emlichheim, Germany Customer: Prokon Nord Energiesysteme Start-Up Year: 2006 Capacity: 20 MWe Fuel: Recycled Wood

Year: 2006 Capacity: 20 MWe Fuel: Recycled Wood HEIZKRAFTWERK KEHL Location: Kehl, Germany Customer:

HEIZKRAFTWERK KEHL

Location: Kehl, Germany Customer: Heizkraftwerk Kehl GmbH Start-Up Year: 2002 Capacity: 9 MWe Fuel: Recycled Wood

Start-Up Year: 2002 Capacity: 9 MWe Fuel: Recycled Wood SIMMERING Location: Simmering, Vienna, Austria Customer:

SIMMERING

Location: Simmering, Vienna, Austria Customer: Siemens AG Austria Start-Up Year: 2006 Capacity: 23 MWe Fuel: Forest Chips

CFB SAMPLE REFERENCES

WE HAVE SOLD AND DELIVERED OUR CFBS TO CLIENTS AROUND THE WORLD, SPANNING A WIDE SPECTRUM OF FUELS AND APPLICATIONS. OUR COMPLETE REFERENCE LIST IS QUITE LONG AND IS AVAILABLE BY SIMPLY CONTACTING ANY ONE OF OUR ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVES. BELOW IS A SAMPLING OF PROJECTS SHOWING THE VERSATILITY AND VALUE OF OUR CFB TECHNOLOGY.

 

CFBs IN UTILITY APPLICATIONS

 

Order

Start-Up

Client

Plant

Country

Steam

Primary

Secondary

Date

Date

 

MWe

Fuel

Fuel

2008

2012

Entergy Louisiana, LLC

Little Gypsy

USA

2

x 300

Petroleum Coke

Coal

2008

2012

Isolux Ingenieria S.A. y Tecna Proyectos y Operaciones, S.A.

Rio Turbio

Argentina

2

x 120

Bituminous Coal

Bituminous Coal

             

Bituminous & Anthracite

2008

2012

PJSC EM Alliance

Novocherkasskaya

Russia

 

330

Anthracite Coal

Coal

2007

2011

Shaw Group, Inc.

Dominion

USA

2

x 300

Coal

Wood

2007

2010

Central Térmica Mejillones S.A.

Andino

Chile

2

x 165

Coal, Petroleum

Biomass

Coke

2007

2010

Harbin Power Engineering

Campha

Vietnam

2

x 150

Anthracite Culm

Slurry

Company, Ltd. (HPE)

2007

2010

Jyväskylän Energia Oy

Jyväskylä

Finland

 

200

Peat

Forest Residual

2007

2009

Doosan Heavy Industries and

Glow

Thailand

 

115

Sub-Bituminous

 

Construction Co., Ltd.

 

Coal

2006

2009

Bechtel/TXU

Sandow

USA

2

x 315

Lignite

 

2006

2009

Harbin Power Engineering

Campha

Vietnam

2

x 150

Anthracite Culm

Slurry

Company, Ltd. (HPE)

2006

2009

Shaw Group/CLECO Power LLC

Rodemacher

USA

2

x 330

Petroleum Coke

Bituminous Coal,

PRB, Lignite

2005

2009

PKE - Elektrownia Lagisza

Lagisza

Poland

 

460

Bituminous Coal

Coal Slurry (option)

2001

2005

AS Narva Elektrijaamad

Balti

Estonia

2

x 100

Oil Shale

 

2000

2004

AS Narva Elektrijaamad

Eesti

Estonia

2

x 100

Oil Shale

 

2000

2003-4

BOT Elektrownia Turow S.A. Units 4, 5, 6

Turow

Poland

3

x 262

Polish Brown Coal

 

1999

2003

EC Chorzow Elcho Sp. Z.o.o.

Elcho

Poland

2

x 113

Bituminous Coal

 

1997

2001

JEA Northside Gen. Station

Northside

USA

2

x 300

Petroleum Coke

Bituminous Coal

1996

2000

Bay Shore Power Company

Bay Shore

USA

 

180

Petroleum Coke

 

1994-6

1998-

BOT Elektrownia Turow S.A.

Turow

Poland

3

x 235

Polish Brown Coal

 

2000

Units 1, 2, 3

 
 

CFBs IN INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

 

Order

Start-Up

Client

Plant

Country

Steam

Primary

Secondary

Date

Date

MWe

Fuel

Fuel

   

Hanwha Engineering &

         

2008

2010

Construction Corporation (HENC)

HENC GP Project

Korea

2

x 70

Coal

2008

2010

Yuen Foong Yu Paper

Chiutang Paper

China

 

50

Bituminous Coal

Sewer Sludge,

Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

Mill

Tires

2007

2010

Lukoil Energy & Gas Romania

Lukoil

Romania

 

70

Petroleum Coke

Heavy Oil 20%

s.r.l.

   

SINOCHEM Quanzhou

         

2007

2010

Petrochemical Co., Ltd.

Quanzhou

China

2

x 75

Coke

Coke, Coal

     

Cuddapah &

Ariyalur

   

Indian & Import

 

2007

2009

Dalmia Cement Ltd.

India

2

x 27

Coal, Washery Rejects

2007

2009

Dalmia Cement Ltd.

Rajgangpur

India

2

x 27

Indian Coal,

 

Washery Rejects

   

Hanwha International

         

2007

2009

Corporation

Yeosu

South Korea

3

x 100

Coal

2006

2009

Kumho Petrochemical Co., Ltd.

Yeosu

South Korea

2

x 62

Coal

TDF

2007

2008

China Petrochemical Corp. SINOPEC Maoming

Maoming

China

2

x 110

Petroleum Coke

Petroleum Coke (60%), Coal

(40%)

     

Alumar Alumina

       

2006

2008

Abalco S.A.

Refinery

Brazil

2

x 60

Coal

Petroleum Coke

2006

2008

China Petrochemical Corp. SINOPEC Tianjin Company

Tianjin

China

3

x 100

Petroleum Coke

Coal

2006

2008

Votorantim Metais Niquel S.A.

Acampamento

Brazil

 

50

Petroleum Coke

Coal, Wood

Macedo

2006

2008

Deven JSCo

Devnya

Bulgaria

 

100

Petroleum Coke

Bituminous Coal

2006

2007

China Petrochemical Corp.

Qingdao

China

2

x 75

Petroleum Coke

Coal

SINOPEC Qingdao

2005

2007

China Petrochemical Corp.

Guangzhou

China

2

x 115

Coke

 

SINOPEC Guangzhou

2004

2006

Corn Products Intl, Inc

Argo

USA

 

100

Bituminous Coal

 
 

CFBs FIRING RENEWABLE FUELS

 

Order

Start-Up

Client

Plant

Country

Steam

Primary

Secondary

Date

Date

MWe

Fuel

Fuel

2008

2010

E.ON Värme Sverige AB

Norkköping

Sweden

 

30

RDF

Demo Wood

2008

2010

Prokon Nord Energiesysteme

A & S

Belgium

 

26

Demo Wood

 

GmbH

Oostrozebeke

 

2007

2010

Kaukaan Voima Oy

Kaukas

Finland

 

125

Biomass

Peat

2007

2009

Söderenergi AB

Igelsta

Sweden

 

85

Biomass

REF, Demo Wood

     

HVCBio-

       

2006

2008

NV Huisvuilcentrale Noord-

Holland (HVC-NH)

energiecentrale,

Alkmaar

Netherlands

 

28

Demo Wood

2005

2008

Lomellina Energia S.r.l.

Lomellina

Italy

 

17

RDF

 
   

Bundersforste Biomasse Kraftwerk

         

2002

2006

GmbH & Co KG

Simmering

Austria

 

23

Wood Chips

     

BMHKW

       

2002

2006

Prokon Nord Energiesysteme

GmbH

Emlichheim &

Hamburg

Germany

2

x 20

Demo Wood

2001

2005

Harpen Energie Contracting

BMHKW

Germany

 

20

Demo Wood

Forest Residual

GmbH

Bergkamen

 
     

BMHKW

       

2001

2005

MVV Energie AG

Königswuster

Germany

 

20

Demo Wood

hausen

 

2001

2005

Stora Enso Kvarnsveden AB

Kvarnsveden

Sweden

 

36

Bark

Sewer Sludge, Bituminous

2002

2004

Prokon Nord Energiesysteme

BMHKW

Germany

 

20

Recycled Wood

 

GmbH

Papenburg

 

1996

2000

Lomellina Energia S.r.l.

Lomellina

Italy

 

15

RDF

 
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